kos - After the earthquake of thursday night, Kos scratches again slowly. During the afternoon, teams began to clear the ravage. Pubs will open again tonight.
The entertainment street in the capital returns to life after many pubs were closed yesterday. At Club Charisma, from Dutch company leader Thomas Perrels, the floor is cured and the sidewalk cleaned up. The damage after the wing fell along, says Thomas. Bottles have fallen down and broken glass. But the building has met the vortex and is solid enough to open, says Thomas.
Photo: Telegraaf VNDG\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Photo: Telegraph
A little bit later, two tourists died when a part of the roof collapsed. Last night the Dutch bar was closed to process everything. We have been all to the beach, Thomas tells while the packets of soda and water are introduced to the club. But tonight the business leader hopes for a full bin. Young people cycle along and ask if they are open tonight. 'There is a need,' says Thomas.
Not all Dutch tourists get out of the field by the earthquake and the ravage. 'We are very sober, we come from Westland,' says Marina Barendrecht who co-operated with her husband Ted. She does not care about going home. 'I'm not going to do that,' said the blonde woman from Honselersdijk resolutely. 'I paid for this, sin of my money. '
In the center of the city, teams are working to remove the fragments at the old mosque. The building was heavily damaged by the earthquake, just like other predominantly old buildings in the area.